Quote by Isaac Asimov
If a conclusion is not poetically balanced, it cannot be scientifically true.
This quote suggests that a valid conclusion needs to be both logically sound and aesthetically pleasing. It implies that there is a connection between scientific truth and poetic harmony, emphasizing the importance of finding a delicate balance between rationality and beauty. The quote encourages a holistic approach to understanding the world, suggesting that a conclusion lacking poetic balance may be lacking in scientific accuracy as well.
Take the ideas of the masses (scattered and unsystematic ideas) and concentrate them (through study turn them into concentrated and systematic ideas), then go to the masses and propagate and explain these ideas until the masses embrace them as their own, hold fast to them and translate them into action, and test the correctness of these ideas in such action. Then once again concentrate ideas from the masses and once again go to the masses so that the ideas are persevered in and carried through. And so on, over and over again in an endless spiral, with the ideas becoming more correct, more vital and richer each time. Such is the Marxist theory of knowledge.